The Boy Next Door

The Boy Next Door You ll never forget your first Brandon Townsend and Zachary Sherman were best friends and next door neighbors Growing up together in a cozy suburban town in New Jersey they were inseparable and thoug

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  • Title: The Boy Next Door
  • Author: G.A. Hauser
  • ISBN: 9781449592844
  • Page: 249
  • Format: Paperback
  • You ll never forget your first Brandon Townsend and Zachary Sherman were best friends and next door neighbors Growing up together in a cozy suburban town in New Jersey, they were inseparable and thought nothing could tear them apart Then one night something happened between them, something that brought them even closer together They didn t anticipate that what begaYou ll never forget your first Brandon Townsend and Zachary Sherman were best friends and next door neighbors Growing up together in a cozy suburban town in New Jersey, they were inseparable and thought nothing could tear them apart Then one night something happened between them, something that brought them even closer together They didn t anticipate that what began as youthful sexual experimentation would lead them into an affair of the heart that would rock them to the core Nor did they expect the danger of being discovered and separated by their families At the time, neither Brandon or Zach realized that life would give them another opportunity Now, ten years later, a chance meeting brings them together again Let best selling gay fiction author G.A Hauser take you on an unforgettable journey A coming of age story about faith, about courage, and about trustyou ll never forget The Boy Next Door.

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    1. Brandon and Zachary have been best friends from the time they were two years old, with their families being close also. Once the two become teens, they discover they have feelings for each other that transcend friendship. As the two become closer and explore the love between them, and plan on a future together, forces outside their control intervene.This is the story of how they love, lose each other, and reconnect.Very well written, emotionally true to the characters, and very touching on many [...]

    2. This is a sweet story of self discovery between two life long friends and next door neighbors Brandon and Zachary. They have explored each others bodies and have fallen in love. Both seniors in high school planning on attending college together. They both tempted fate too much while on vacation sharing a room Zach's violent homophobic father sees them an proceeds to beat Zach. It's so heartbreaking. Zach's family moves away and Brandon never finds out where he went. Until Brandon goes to Boston [...]

    3. 7/4: This book ended up being kind of sweet. It was better than Secrets and Misdemeanors - it wasn't quite so ridiculous. I just wish Hauser had a better feel for the way real people actually talk and act. I spent most of the book thinking 'No one talks like that! No one would ever say that! No one's mom is like that except maybe in the 40's!'7/3:I'm on page 4, and so far the same 17 year old boy has said the following: "I love baseball. It's such a cool sport. I'm sorry it's almost over." and " [...]

    4. I deliberated between a 2 and 3 star review.More than half the book covers the MCs as teenagers, then the rest when they are adults. I felt like the level of immaturity and sexual innocence described of the MCs at 17 yrs old and the 13yr old sister were not that plausible for the 1990s. I also didn't like the negative speak towards women. Ranging from "girls are dumb" (at 17yr old) to "cunt" and "pussy" (at 27yr old). Women were not portrayed overall in a bad light, but I was really bothered by [...]

    5. I always love G.A. Hauser's books, they are easy to read and very romantic, with a "acid" side, it's not easy to explain, but her romances are never too sugary, since there is always a bit of naughty side in her characters.The Boy Next Door is a coming of age book. I didn't expect that a great part of the book is dedicated to the relationship between Brandon and Zach when they where stil two teens in heat. Brandon and Zach always live next door, and since they were one years old, everything they [...]

    6. Sweet idea, but lacks any real depthWarning: This review might contain what some people consider SPOILERS. Rating: 6/10PROS: - The two main guys are sweet, the circumstances under which they fall in love are sweet, their reunion is sweet, etc.- I had to laugh at the antics of two high school boys figuring out sex for the first time. They progress in realistic stages, I think, and they’re simultaneously tentative and enthusiastic, which I found endearing as all get out.- I liked how easy the gu [...]

    7. It was a sweet book. I liked the plot idea. The pool and the swimsuits were great. I had issues with the dialogue and maturity levels of the characters. The things they said sometimes felt so out of place and young. In the first part, they didn't seem like they were about to graduate. More like they were 14. Make-out parties? Spurt? (I've never even read that word in a story in this context). They seemed far too young and their parents way old fashioned.Then later on, at 27, I though Zach was fa [...]

    8. I loved it! It had everything I love in a book - romance, drama, first times, reconnection, HEA. The MCs were adorable (although how one doesn't know a cock has been inserted in your ass, I don't know) and were equally as flawed and relatable once grown up.My only complaint is that I would have liked a little more drawing out of their reconnection. It felt a bit rushed, but I do like my angst so it could be just me. :)

    9. In this book I particularly liked the delicacy and simplicity with which the writer has treated the relationship of the two young protagonists, friendship, their attraction, the ingeniutà that accompanied the discovery of their bodies and their feelings. It 'was natural and immediate rooting for Brandon but Zachary earned his points when he renounced everything rediscovering his lover.

    10. I enjoyed reading this. Was a sweet romantic story. Brandon and Zachary were really close and always had been. It could have been understood that their parents separated them, which was the touching part. But fate brought them together, which was a nice bright rebuild of the story brought about by Ms. Hauser.

    11. The real story is the first 2/3 of the book, which goes over the characters' evolving relationship & experimentation as boys. The final third, when we meet the characters again as adults, seemed superfluous. I didn't connect (re-connect?) with the characters and the issues they faced as adults were resolved way too quickly to be believable for me.

    12. Starting this book i had high expectations but as it progressed i just got bored and didn't feel like reading it. But out of my compulsion for finishing books i started i did finish it and found that the book was worth reading after all. A sweet happily ever after book.

    13. This was a very good book! One minute the author has me all worked up and excited and the next in total awe of whats just happened. G.A. Hauser is another great author to read if you LOVE m/m romance books like I do. Definitely recommend this book. And who doesn't love a H.E.A.?

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